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Lululemon Athletica (LULU) Q3 2020 Earnings Name Transcript

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Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ:LULU)
Q3 2020 Earnings Name
Dec 10, 2020, 4:30 p.m. ET

Contents:

  • Ready Remarks
  • Questions and Solutions
  • Name Individuals

Ready Remarks:

Operator

Thanks for standing by. That is the convention operator. Welcome to the lululemon athletica inc third-quarter 2020 convention name. [Operator instructions] I’d now like to show the convention over to Howard Tubin, vp, investor relations for lululemon athletica.

Please go forward.

Howard TubinVice President, Investor Relations

Thanks and good afternoon. Welcome to lululemon’s third quarter earnings convention name. Becoming a member of me immediately to speak about our outcomes are Calvin McDonald, CEO; Celeste Burgoyne, president of Americas and Americas and International Visitor Innovation; Meghan Frank, CFO; and Alex Grieve, VP, controller. Earlier than we get began, I might wish to take this chance to remind you that our remarks immediately will embrace forward-looking statements reflecting administration’s present forecast of sure facets of lululemon’s future.

These statements are based mostly on present info which we have now assessed, however which by its nature is dynamic and topic to speedy and even abrupt modifications. Precise outcomes could differ materially from these contained in or implied by these forward-looking statements on account of dangers and uncertainties related to our enterprise, together with these we have now disclosed in our most up-to-date filings with the SEC, together with our Annual Report on Kind 10-Okay and our quarterly studies on Kind 10-Q. Any forward-looking statements we make on this name are based mostly on assumptions as of immediately and we expressly disclaim any obligation or enterprise to replace or revise any of those statements on account of new info or future occasions. Throughout this name, we are going to current each GAAP and non-GAAP monetary measures.

Reconciliation of GAAP to non-GAAP measures is included in our quarterly report on Kind 10-Q and in immediately’s earnings press launch. As well as, the comparable gross sales and retailer productiveness metrics given on immediately’s name are on a relentless greenback foundation. The press launch and accompanying quarterly report on Kind 10-Q can be found underneath the Traders part of our web site www.lululemon.com. Earlier than we start the decision, I might wish to remind our traders to go to our investor web site the place you will discover a abstract of our key monetary and working statistics for the third quarter in addition to our quarterly infographic.

Right this moment’s name is scheduled for one hour. So please restrict your self to 1 query at a time to present others the chance to have their questions addressed. And now, I might like to show the decision over to Calvin.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Thanks, Howard. I’m happy to talk with you immediately about our efficiency within the third quarter, which exceeded our expectations. I am extremely pleased with how our groups across the globe have continued to execute on the methods that underpin our Energy of Three progress plan as we navigate this unprecedented yr.Becoming a member of me on the decision immediately is Celeste Burgoyne who was just lately appointed to function our first President and can present an replace on our omni visitor experiences. As well as, Meghan Frank, who was just lately promoted to chief monetary officer, will converse to our third quarter financials and supply some shade on our outlook for the fourth quarter.

And Alex Grieve, our VP, Controller can be accessible for Q&A. On immediately’s name I’ll present an summary of our third quarter outcomes and share some highlights with you from our Thanksgiving week. Then I am going to give an replace on our worldwide enterprise and product improvements, together with MIRROR, earlier than turning the decision over to Celeste and Meghan. Let me start by offering an summary of our enterprise efficiency within the third quarter.

Complete income elevated 22% to $1.1 billion, pushed by a mixed comp enhance of 18%. Income elevated throughout our main areas with progress of 19% in North America and 45% in our worldwide markets. Within the retailer channel productiveness elevated to 82% of final yr’s quantity, higher than our expectation of 75%. Our e-commerce enterprise remained robust with comps of 93%.

As well as, gross margin elevated 100 foundation factors. And adjusted earnings per share elevated 21% to $1.16 versus $0.96 final yr, considerably forward of our expectations. I am additionally excited that in fiscal Q3 our share efficiency continued with our strongest quarterly market share achieve in latest historical past. We grew our retailer market share of the US grownup lively attire market by 1.Four factors over final yr, based on the NPD Group’s consumer-tracking service.

In abstract, these outcomes display that our model is changing into stronger and I might like to the touch on the six key drivers of our efficiency this quarter. First, lots of our loyal feminine visitors are purchasing our total assortment, extending past bottoms as we proceed to innovate our providing throughout classes together with bras and On The Transfer. Second, we proceed to ship a gradual pipeline of recent merchandise to our visitors each month as we leverage our Science of Really feel improvement platform. Third, our groups managed our stock flows extraordinarily effectively via the COVID retailer closures to make sure we had ample stock to help the elevated demand.

Fourth, we offered pay safety to our educators to guard their well-being which ensured we have been able to reopen shops and efficiently launch new visitor dealing with companies equivalent to our digital waitlist, appointment purchasing and cellular POS. Fifth, we have now been investing in our digital capabilities and enhancing the expertise of our e-commerce websites for a number of years, which enabled us to shortly reply to the accelerated shift to omni this yr. And eventually, we efficiently confirmed how effectively lululemon interprets and connects with visitors throughout cultures and geographies with progress in each North America and world wide. These drivers will proceed to hold us ahead into 2021 and past as we work to gasoline our momentum.

Earlier than offering broad feedback by class and channel, I needed to additionally contact on our efficiency over the latest vacation. For the week that included Thanksgiving and Black Friday, we delivered a record-breaking efficiency in our e-commerce channel which offset declines in retailer visitors. Response to our full-price providing was extraordinarily good with lots of our basic franchise gadgets such because the Align Pant, the Outline Jacket and the ABC Jogger in addition to new franchises, together with Marvel Prepare and Invigorate, all performing effectively. And our markdown penetration was comparatively consistent with final yr.

There are a number of giant quantity weeks forward for us within the fourth quarter and we acknowledge that uncertainties stay on account of COVID-19. As we have now all year long we proceed to plan for a number of eventualities, but the unknowns make forecasting the enterprise harder. That being stated, we’re targeted on the levers we management equivalent to pulling ahead our vacation messaging and leveraging the important thing drivers I discussed a number of moments in the past that led to our success within the third quarter. We’re enthusiastic about how the vacation season has begun with continued demand for our product choices and we have now confidence in our capacity to execute throughout this era.

Switching now to worldwide. I might like to begin by mentioning that Andre Maestrini will be part of lululemon in January to function our new EVP Worldwide. He may have duty for main and driving progress in our worldwide markets, together with China and the broader APAC and EMEA areas. I converse for myself in addition to our leaders within the areas after I say I am thrilled to have Andre as a part of the crew.

He’s becoming a member of us at an thrilling time in our worldwide enterprise and we stay dedicated to quadrupling revenues from 2018 ranges by 2023. Taking a look at our worldwide enterprise within the third quarter. I am particularly happy that complete income elevated 45%. In APAC enterprise was robust throughout all main markets and notably in China the place complete income elevated by greater than 100%.

This was pushed by the efficiency in each our retailer and e-commerce channels. During the last two years we have now tripled the variety of shops we function in Mainland China and I am thrilled with how our model is resonating throughout each Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities.In Europe, visitors proceed to actively interact with us on-line as our retailer visitors stays under final yr’s degree. E-commerce comps elevated by almost 160% and for the second quarter in a row these outcomes greater than offset declines in our retailer channel to drive constructive income progress within the area. Shifting now to product innovation.

We proceed to leverage our Science of Really feel platform to deliver new technical merchandise to our visitors. For the reason that early days of the pandemic, our visitors have been demanding technical product that provides consolation and flexibility as they spend extra time working and sweating from house. Inside girls’s, enterprise was notably robust as we noticed a return to pre-COVID progress charges. In complete, girls’s grew 22% with power in each tops and bottoms.

Inside males’s, complete income grew 14% which represents additional enchancment from the traits in quarter one and quarter two. I am excited that we’re seeing power within the bottoms class with our male visitors returning to our fastened waistband types together with ABC and Fee whereas our Joggers additionally proceed to carry out effectively. And inside equipment we are going to proceed to lean into our robust efficiency with alternatives to develop our gear choices with new merchandise. For instance, within the coming months we are going to launch a 3D yoga mat, one of many first on this planet designed with a textured floor to higher allow physique alignment throughout your apply.

Wanting ahead, I am thrilled with our pipeline of innovation. For the vacations we’re providing particular version merchandise in lots of our key franchises and over the course of 2021 you will notice us scaling the Science of Really feel to deliver extra technical improvements throughout our main classes. As I’ve stated earlier than, we’re within the early levels of progress inside our product innovation pillar and we have now ample methods to broaden our key classes of run, practice, yoga and On The Transfer. I am additionally blissful to share an replace on MIRROR.

For the reason that acquisition 5 months in the past, we have now made regular progress on the mixing and we’re happy with the model’s efficiency in Q3 and with how the vacation season has begun. We proceed to count on MIRROR to generate in extra of $150 million in income in 2020. Over the course of the third quarter we started to leverage the lululemon ecosystem to lift consciousness for MIRROR. We launched a devoted MIRROR tab in our US e-comm web site, together with a hyperlink for visitors to finish a purchase order transaction and we have now included MIRROR in our electronic mail advertising and marketing campaigns.

Additionally, in November, we created shop-in-shops in 18 of our US areas to check and learn to refine our in-store promoting expertise and we plan to broaden this to a number of hundred shops subsequent yr. Certainly one of our retailer managers in Santa Monica described it finest, our visitors are blown away by the glossy design and performance of MIRROR that’s as revolutionary and distinctive as our personal merchandise. We’re simply at first of our journey with MIRROR and we’re thrilled with the present momentum and excited with what this may imply for subsequent yr and past. Earlier than turning the decision over to Celeste, I need to spotlight the launch of our Impression Agenda in October.

That is our first long-term technique targeted on how lululemon will turn out to be a extra sustainable and equitable enterprise, reduce hurt to the setting and speed up constructive change each inside and out of doors of our firm over time. To assist us ship on these commitments, Stacia Jones joined lululemon this quarter and can lead our work associated to Inclusion, Range, Fairness and Motion, what we name IDEA. Stacia has intensive expertise on this space, together with having served within the position of chief variety and inclusion officer. I stay up for sharing with you our progress on the Impression Agenda and IDEA commitments going ahead.

Let me now flip it over to Celeste to talk to our omni visitor expertise pillar. Our strategy towards visitor engagement and our capacity to ship distinctive experiences throughout each bodily and digital environments is a key aggressive benefit for lululemon. Celeste?

Celeste BurgoynePresident, Americas and Americas and International Visitor Innovation

Thanks, Calvin. I am happy to be on the decision immediately to talk to our omni visitor expertise pillar and to share some particulars on our third quarter efficiency, each in our retailer and our e-commerce channels. Over the previous a number of years, we have now shifted our group to be targeted on the omni visitor expertise reasonably than specializing in particular channels. This served us very effectively within the COVID-19 setting.

We all know that visitor habits is dynamic and our purpose is to create alternatives in each the bodily and the digital world that supply compelling experiences. We have now leveraged our channels, put the visitor on the heart of all we do and have enhanced the methods we interact with our visitors, whether or not by way of a transaction, a private improvement session, group connection or on the MIRROR platform. Taking a look at our retailer channel. We’re bullish on shops as bodily retail stays an vital a part of the lululemon progress story.

We proceed to be targeted on and spend money on our in-store expertise. Our shops are hubs in our native communities creating the house for engagement amongst our visitors, educators and ambassadors and permitting us to teach and story inform our product in a strong manner. As well as, we leverage our shops to facilitate our omni capabilities, together with BOPIS and ship from retailer. And so they proceed to be an vital automobile for brand new visitor acquisition.

We stay on monitor to open 30 to 35 internet new shops globally in 2020. In Q3, we had 97% of our shops open. At present, we’re nonetheless at roughly 97%, however we have seen a tightening of capability constraints in a number of markets on account of spikes in COVID-19. Whereas these constraints can result in strains outdoors shops throughout peak purchasing occasions, I am pleased with how we have now efficiently carried out a number of methods to enhance the visitor expertise and scale back wait time.

These embrace, first the digital waitlist so visitors not must bodily wait in line and will be notified by textual content when it is their flip to enter the shop. Second cellular POS which permits sure transactions equivalent to returns, exchanges and buying present playing cards to all happen simply outdoors of the shop. Third, purchase on-line, pickup in retailer, at door or at curbside providing flexibility and selection for our visitors. Fourth appointment purchasing that might be scheduled each earlier than, throughout and after a retailer’s regular working hours.

And fifth is our digital schooling program, which is designed to help visitors who would reasonably proceed partaking with us on-line. This permits the visitors to have a fast on-line chat or schedule an appointment for a private or a gaggle purchasing expertise. I am additionally excited that we proceed to efficiently execute our ship-from-store capabilities to leverage our stock throughout channels. Actually, we achieved our highest quantity ever with ship-from-store orders over the Thanksgiving and Black Friday vacation week.

I’m so pleased with how our educators are embracing and executing these new initiatives and additional enhancing the visitor expertise. One other strategic space for us has been leaning extra aggressively into our pop-up retailer technique with our largest variety of seasonal shops this vacation. In Q3 almost 70 have been working and in This autumn we plan to extend that quantity to roughly 100. We have now leveraged pop-up efficiently for the final a number of years to deliver our product and group to life in markets the place we do not have a year-round bodily presence.

As well as, this yr we’re utilizing pop-ups to assist alleviate capability constraints at high-volume shops in key malls throughout North America, together with facilities equivalent to Somerset Assortment close to Detroit and Chinook Middle in Calgary. In complete, we have now opened 14 pop-ups inside shut proximity to current shops and we’re additionally working 9 gifting hubs in malls the place we have already got a mainline location. These non permanent areas not solely assist help an improved visitor expertise, however in addition they entice new visitors into the department. Switching now to e-commerce.

As Calvin talked about, gross sales traits stay sturdy with complete digital comps up 93% in Q3, pushed by a wholesome combine of recent and current visitors. Even with shops being open for a majority of the quarter, we continued to see traditionally retail-only visitors now purchasing with us on-line. On this spring as we acknowledge the dramatic habits shift towards e-commerce, we layered on further investments in IT infrastructure, success capabilities and our visitor schooling heart all to make sure we’re prepared for a spike in visitors over the vacation season and I am thrilled that we’re seeing these investments paying off. All through Q3 we continued to see each visitors and conversion stay robust at the same time as nearly all of our shops have been open all through the quarter.

The enhancements we’re delivering to our visitors embrace elevated and improved storytelling and product schooling, extra predictive search and a extra seamless checkout. As well as, we just lately partnered with Afterpay in North America, which is now reside on our web site and we have now enabled direct checkout performance on Instagram and Fb. These options supply our visitors new strategies to have interaction and transact with us, whereas additionally serving to us purchase new visitors. Earlier than handing it over to Meghan to take you thru our financials, let me provide you with a fast replace on our membership program.

In September, we launched in Toronto and commenced enrolling members for the second yr of this system in Denver, Chicago and Edmonton. We’re very happy with the variety of visitors who’ve joined us throughout these 4 cities as they get pleasure from a better degree of engagement with lululemon and achieve entry to a extra full expression of our manufacturers. We stay in take a look at and study mode with membership and we proceed to iterate this system such because the latest enlargement of our digital providing. Advantages now embrace digital workshops targeted on emotional health, together with a latest session hosted by our world ambassador Gabby Bernstein which was attended by over 500 members.

We are going to proceed to check the methods visitors are partaking with us in our take a look at cities and can use these learnings as we evolve this system going ahead. I am additionally very excited in regards to the alternatives MIRROR might deliver to our membership program. We stay up for sharing extra sooner or later about how we plan to leverage these two platforms to deliver new experiences to our visitors and MIRROR members. In closing, I might wish to thank the whole lululemon household.

It really [Indecipherable] from our product groups to our e-commerce groups to our know-how groups and to so many throughout the Firm. We’re so grateful for everybody’s arduous work and dedication. And I want to particularly thank our retailer, visitor schooling heart and distribution heart groups who’re on the entrance strains offering an incredible visitor expertise throughout a difficult yr. And with that, I additionally need to congratulate my colleague Meghan Frank on being named to function our CFO.

I’ll now flip it over to Meghan.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Thanks, Celeste. Let me first say how blissful I’m to be right here as lululemon’s newly appointed CFO. I am excited to proceed to associate with Calvin and our gifted senior management crew to execute on our Energy of Three progress plan and I stay up for retaining you updated on our progress on future earnings calls. Let me now give you the small print on our Q3 efficiency.

And though we aren’t providing particular steering, I’ll present some shade on our outlook for the rest of the yr. I will even focus on specifics on our steadiness sheet, together with our money place, liquidity and inventories. Please be aware that the adjusted Q3 monetary metrics I’ll share embrace the working outcomes of MIRROR however exclude $8.5 million of acquisition associated prices and their related tax impact. You possibly can confer with our earnings launch and Kind 10-Q for extra info and reconciliations to our GAAP metrics.

For Q3, complete internet income elevated 22% to $1.1 billion, above our expectations for a mid to excessive single-digit enhance. In our digital channel we posted a 93% comp enhance on high of a 30% enhance final yr. In our retailer channel, we had 97% of our shops open and noticed productiveness enhance to 82% of final yr’s quantity higher than our expectation of 75%. Sq. footage elevated 13% versus final yr, pushed by the addition of 36 internet new shops since Q3 of 2019.

Through the quarter we opened 9 internet new shops and accomplished 5 deliberate optimizations. By way of our digital channel e-comm contributed $478 million of high line or 43% of complete income. We proceed to see notable power in visitors and conversion. Visitors was pushed by channel shift coupled with investments in digital advertising and marketing and conversion continues to profit from visitor response to our product and the investments we have made in our world digital platforms to enhance visitor expertise.

Gross revenue for the third quarter was $627 million or 56.1% of internet income, in comparison with 55.1% of internet income in Q3 2019. The gross margin enhance of 100 foundation factors was pushed by 170 foundation factors of leverage on occupancy and depreciation and 10 foundation factors of favorability in international trade. This was partially offset by 80 foundation factors of deleverage on product margin primarily on account of larger air freight prices associated to COVID-19 and better markdowns. Transferring to SG&A.

Our strategy within the present setting has been to guard towards draw back, whereas additionally guaranteeing we proceed to spend money on our long-term progress alternatives. SG&A bills have been $412 million or 36.8% of internet income, in comparison with 35.9% of internet income in Q3 2019. The deleverage within the quarter resulted predominantly from advertising and marketing funding related to MIRROR partially offset by leverage on the upper than anticipated gross sales. Adjusted working earnings for the quarter was $213 million or 19.1% of internet income in comparison with 19.2% of internet income in Q3 2019.

Adjusted tax expense for the quarter was $62 million or 28.9% of pre-tax earnings in comparison with an efficient tax charge of 29.1% a yr in the past. Adjusted internet earnings for the quarter was $151 million or $1.16 per diluted share in comparison with earnings per diluted share of $0.96 in Q3 of 2019. Capital expenditures have been $66 million for the quarter in comparison with $78 million within the third quarter final yr. Q3 spend relates primarily to digital channel and analytics capabilities, provide chain funding, know-how spend to help our enterprise progress and retailer capital for brand new areas, relocations and renovations.

Turning to our steadiness sheet highlights. We ended the quarter with almost $1.2 billion of complete liquidity. We have now $482 million of money and money equivalents and $700 million of obtainable capability underneath our dedicated revolving credit score services. Nonetheless, subsequent to quarter-end and based mostly on the power of our monetary place and our outlook for future money flows, we have given discover to cancel the $300 million short-term credit score facility, we put in place on the time of the MIRROR acquisition.

We proceed to keep up our five-year revolving credit score facility of $400 million, which matures in 2023. Stock grew 23% versus final yr and was $771 million on the finish of Q3. We proceed to count on ranges on the finish of This autumn to extend within the 20% to 30% vary. As we introduced immediately, our board of administrators has licensed a rise on our share repurchase program from $264 million to $500 million.

We have repurchased almost 1.Four billion of our inventory during the last six years and we proceed to consider share repurchases are an efficient methodology of returning money to shareholders. Let me now shift to present traits and share with you some shade on how we’re wanting on the fourth quarter. As a result of dynamic nature of the macro setting we aren’t but returning to our historic cadence of offering particular steering for the present quarter and monetary yr. We stay targeted on leveraging our omni mannequin and digital power as we navigate the uncertainty stemming from COVID-19.

Whereas nearly all of our shops stay open, we have now continued to see visitors shift between channels, which has pushed outsized progress on our e-commerce websites. As we have talked about we pulled ahead investments in our digital channel to make sure our visitors proceed to obtain an elevated expertise when purchasing our websites and to maximise vacation enterprise. By way of shops we at the moment have roughly 97% of our shops open throughout the globe, consistent with Q3. Nonetheless, as we’re seeing a resurgence of COVID-19 in a number of markets, we have skilled the upper variety of authorities mandated capability restrictions in November and December relative to Q3.

Given our traditionally excessive ranges of productiveness, notably throughout the vacation season, these constraints clearly restrict the variety of visitors who can enter our shops at any given time. Subsequently, when taking a look at This autumn general we expect productiveness to be roughly 70% of final yr’s ranges with traits consistent with Q3 throughout non-peak weeks. When taking a look at new retailer openings for 2020, we stay on monitor to open 30 to 35 internet new shops with 24 internet new shops opened via the top of Q3. These openings will contribute to a low double-digit enhance in sq. footage for the yr.

As well as, we proceed to execute on our seasonal retailer technique with almost 70 seasonal shops working in Q3 and plans to function roughly 100 in This autumn. Taking a look at This autumn particularly. We count on complete gross sales to extend within the mid to excessive teenagers. That is above our prior expectation of a high-single to low double-digit enhance and assumes e-commerce progress stays robust however possible moderates modestly from ranges we noticed in Q3.

This additionally assumes nearly all of our shops stay open all through the fourth quarter. When taking a look at MIRROR, we proceed to count on income for the complete yr 2020 to be in extra of $115 million with robust outcomes throughout Thanksgiving week. We’re excited with the momentum we’re seeing on this enterprise, notably the rising group of individuals sweating with MIRROR which contributes to elevated model consciousness and powerful long-term monetary returns. By way of gross margin we proceed to consider it will likely be flat to up modestly versus final yr in This autumn.

When taking a look at SG&A, we proceed to count on deleverage in This autumn as retailer visitors stays under final yr’s ranges and we proceed to spend money on advertising and marketing for MIRROR to benefit from present traits towards sweating from house to drive the long-term worth of this enterprise. Given the seasonality of this funding we count on to deleverage in This autumn to exceed what we skilled since Q3. With regard to This autumn earnings per share in comparison with a yr in the past the expansion charge and adjusted EPS is now anticipated to extend within the mid-single digit vary, up from our prior expectation for a modest decline. This contains working outcomes from MIRROR however excludes acquisition and integration-related prices.

By way of capital spending we now count on capex for 2020 to come back in considerably under final yr’s degree. Earlier than handing it again to Calvin, I might wish to reiterate that we consider we’re effectively positioned from an omni perspective for the high-volume weeks that stay forward of us this vacation season. We’re excited with the efficiency we noticed over Thanksgiving week however acknowledge the setting stays unsure, notably given COVID-19 associated capability constraints. We have now deliberate for a number of eventualities and we are going to proceed to be agile as we serve our visitors the place and once they need to store.

I might additionally wish to thank our groups for his or her dedication and arduous work and for enabling these outcomes we reported immediately. And now again to Calvin for some closing remarks.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Thanks, Meghan. Earlier than we take your questions, I additionally needed to say that this quarter we have been happy to welcome Kourtney Gibson to our board of administrators. Kourtney is president of Loop Capital Markets, one of many largest privately held funding banking, brokerage and advisory corporations headquartered in america. She brings a wealth of client and market insights to lululemon and I stay up for her counsel.

Let me shut by reiterating that we’re positioned effectively for the large quantity days throughout the vacation season. For the reason that early days of COVID-19, our administration crew has been making ready for a number of attainable eventualities and we’re able to serve our visitors the place and once they need to join with us. In our retailer channel we are going to leverage our seasonal shops, digital waitlist, cellular point-of-sale and appointment purchasing to ease capability constraints and proceed to guard the security of our retailer groups. And in e-commerce our investments are paying off as our websites have demonstrated the flexibility to greater than deal with the anticipated spike in quantity.

In closing, I need to as soon as once more thank our groups world wide for persevering with to be there for our visitors and for each other. The resilience, tenacity and creativity all through 2020 have been a continued supply of inspiration for me and our total management crew. This units us up effectively for the approaching months and quarters forward. And with that, we’ll be blissful to take your questions.

Operator?

Questions & Solutions:

Operator

Thanks. [Operator instructions] The primary query comes from Mark Altschwager with Baird. Please go forward.

Mark AltschwagerBaird — Analyst

Good afternoon. Thanks for taking my query and congrats on the robust outcomes right here. Very nice to see the digital momentum. Hoped you could possibly speak about e-commerce capability in This autumn and actually your capacity to maintain the kind of progress charges you’ve got been seeing given the a lot larger gross sales base within the fourth quarter.

After which individually, simply needed to the touch on males’s. I feel the expansion charge there has lagged the general firm yr thus far. Hoped you could possibly dig into the drivers there a bit extra. Is it a operate of simply the make money working from home and decrease demand for a number of the core merchandise like ABC or simply another high-level learnings there and the way you see the lads’s enterprise probably reaccelerating from right here? Thanks.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Nice. Thanks, Mark. It is Meghan. I am going to take the e-comm capability after which hand it over to Calvin for males’s.

In order we talked about we have now been planning for a number of eventualities for This autumn and we really feel effectively positioned to seize e-comm alternative relying on the place the visitors need to store with us and we do see it moderating barely from what we skilled in Q3 simply line with our general steering of mid to excessive teenagers progress relative to our 22% enhance in Q3.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Nice. And on males’s, Mark, we’re actually pleased with the development we have seen via Q1, Q2 via to Q3. Transferring from Q2 to Q3, the lads’s enterprise accelerated virtually on the identical charge as girls’s. So though it is barely behind our girls’s progress, it has, in truth, accelerated quicker from the Q1 impression from COVID.

And it is predominantly pushed by he simply wasn’t purchasing to the identical diploma out of the gate as she was and that is out there. We proceed to placed on share with our males’s enterprise. We have seen him reply effectively to strengthen our shorts, our sweats and our hoodies and we have now seen in Q3 our fastened waistband pant enterprise getting a lot stronger. So I am very happy with the acceleration of the lads’s enterprise, his response to the product and see no concern.

And we stay dedicated to our Energy of Three doubling our males’s enterprise by ’23.

Mark AltschwagerBaird — Analyst

That is nice. Thanks. Possibly, Calvin, only a fast greater image one, simply considering forward to subsequent yr, vaccine on the way in which, however in all probability a while earlier than we return to regular shopping for patterns. Are you able to simply converse to the way you’re planning the enterprise by way of stock flows, possibly tempo of product introductions, something on the advertising and marketing entrance as we head into spring of 2021? Thanks.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Yeah. By way of as we glance via a number of eventualities into subsequent yr, we talked early about our stock place popping out of Q1 and the place we’re popping out of Q3 and we proceed to really feel superb about our place, up 23%, down from 41% in Q1. We have now the product to fulfill the demand and our merchandise are predominantly core, much less seasonal. So we’re effectively positioned and we have continued to lean in to be sure that we have now the product to fulfill the demand.

Our newness and innovation pipelines stay wholesome, very robust and we have not pulled again on any of these and that may proceed to hit and circulation. So we really feel superb and we’re excited in regards to the alternative with new visitors coming into this class. The brand new visitors that we have acquired via 2020 proceed to construct upon that and search for methods to amplify the model. So once more, not understanding the subsequent few months, we really feel superb about our place, the circulation of product, our visitor engagement, our capacity to proceed to gasoline the enterprise and progress ahead.

Mark AltschwagerBaird — Analyst

That is nice. Better of luck. And congrats, Meghan, on the brand new position.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Thanks.

Operator

The following query comes from Erinn Murphy with Piper Sandler. Please go forward.

Erinn MurphyPiper Sandler — Analyst

Nice. Thanks. Good afternoon. I assume, first only a clarification for Meghan.

On the productiveness within the fourth quarter stepping right down to 70% in retailer, what’s all being taken account to right here? Is that simply what you are seeing at the moment or simply your anticipation of additional capability constraints to come back? After which, Calvin, as we simply take into consideration the product roadmap into subsequent yr, any replace on footwear and another sort of key product innovation issues we ought to be conscious of? Thanks.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Thanks, Erinn. I am going to begin on productiveness. So we did see common productiveness in our shops in Q3 at 82%, which was larger than our expectation of 75%. However given we’re seeing a resurgence of COVID-19 in some markets and we’re additionally seeing stricter capability constraints, authorities mandated capability constraints in a number of markets as we head into these peak weeks, we expect productiveness general for the quarter to be at roughly 70% however reaching traits consistent with Q3 throughout non-peak weeks.

And that is actually pushed by simply the amount of retailer gross sales in This autumn. In a typical yr we see a 40% to 50% elevate from Q3 to This autumn, which given capability constraints and visitors impression clearly limits our alternative to service that visitors in our shops.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

And on our product pipeline, I am going to first contact on footwear. So we anticipate the again half of subsequent yr introducing the — our introduction into the class with promoting in early ’22. So we’re excited to share our distinctive viewpoint and innovation in that class. And because it pertains to all others, the pipeline is full and we are going to proceed via what we have expressed earlier than of OTM, the sizing enlargement however as we proceed to spend money on our exercise base, be it run, practice, or yoga throughout the classes there may be quite a few improvements that we’ll introduce all year long that may proceed to gasoline progress of the enterprise.

Erinn MurphyPiper Sandler — Analyst

Nice. Thanks, all.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Thanks, Erinn.

Operator

The following query comes from Lorraine Hutchinson with Financial institution of America. Please go forward.

Lorraine HutchinsonFinancial institution of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Thanks. Good afternoon. I needed to observe up in your feedback across the air freight strain in 3Q. Do you count on this to persist? After which are you able to touch upon the provision of air freight capability simply to just remember to can land sufficient stock to fulfill vacation demand after which into the early spring?

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Yeah. Positive. Hello, Lorraine. It is Meghan.

So we have now seen larger air prices market charges, however typically ample availability. We do count on that we’ll proceed to have some air freight charge strain in This autumn and that’s mirrored within the steering that we offered of a modest enhance in This autumn.

Lorraine HutchinsonFinancial institution of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Do you discover sufficient capability to fulfill demand?

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

I am sorry. I feel I missed the second a part of that query. Are you able to repeat that?

Lorraine HutchinsonFinancial institution of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Positive. Have you ever been capable of finding sufficient capability to fulfill demand for the vacation after which into the early spring launches?

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Yeah. Sure. We have no capability limitations at this level.

Lorraine HutchinsonFinancial institution of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Nice. Thanks.

Operator

The following query comes from Matt McClintock with Raymond James. Please go forward.

Matt McClintockRaymond James — Analyst

Hello, everybody, and congrats each Celeste and Meghan, and even Kourtney. I assume there may be some excellent news in 2020. The query I’ve really, Calvin, and it is somewhat bit totally different angle than what Mark went with, however your girls’s enterprise do not appears to be rising fairly exceptionally. And there is lots of people on the market that assume that you just’re finally going to wish them to develop quick sooner or later.

However your girls’s enterprise has confirmed that it could actually constantly develop quicker than anybody has ever thought for years. So that you really put up a pleasant slide again at that Investor Day couple of years in the past speaking about TAM, complete addressable market. So how have your ideas on the entire addressable market modified or developed now that we’re in a COVID world or a post-COVID world? That is my first query. Thanks.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Nice. Thanks, Matt. I imply it is undoubtedly with the inflections that we have seen this yr via COVID with visitors dwelling a extra lively wholesome life and in search of extra versatility of their attire clothes, I feel that each one bodes effectively for the addressable market that we shared on the time. And what we shared on the time was we’re early innings of our share of that addressable market.

So I do assume there are two forces. We are going to proceed to achieve share inside the addressable market as we did on this quarter and we shared attaining amongst our largest positive factors in our latest historical past. So that claims even with visitors coming in and in search of versatility we’re successful at a higher charge than others and I do consider that addressable market will solely get bigger. So I feel each will proceed so as to add gasoline for our enterprise and we’re pleased with our males’s enterprise and the acceleration and the expansion shifting ahead.

We all know that is an enormous alternative for us as a p.c of share of gross sales in addition to simply consciousness. And as you’ve got indicated, our girls’s enterprise is way from and its potential. And what we noticed this quarter was new visitors coming in and our current visitors broadening out from a number of the core classes as we have launched newness, as we additionally innovate behind these. We launched the Cloud Bra.

Bras has been an enormous alternative for us that we see with our feminine visitors they usually responded extremely effectively, responded and the entire class lifted and we noticed a very robust share progress. So I am excited in regards to the continued progress in girls’s, each via new visitors in addition to migrating them into new classes, fueled by our innovation, fueled by versatility attire, the expansion of TAM and our market share potential.

Matt McClintockRaymond James — Analyst

Thanks for that shade. However simply as a follow-up query on MIRROR particularly. You meaningfully elevated your steering for MIRROR final quarter I feel 50%, $100 million to $150 million plus this yr. And but you’ve gotten the earnings the identical, accretion, dilution the identical by way of steering.

And also you stated that was going to go together with the advertising and marketing. So I am simply really curious, are you able to give us an replace by way of the return that you just’re seeing on the advertising and marketing {dollars} that you’re really placing to work at MIRROR? Thanks.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Completely. We’re actually happy with the vacation that MIRROR is having. We guided and raised it within the final earnings name and we have bolstered in extra to that quantity. We’re off to an excellent vacation with MIRROR via November.

There may be a number of content material and experiential innovation that is rolling out that we’re asserting for instance sweat dates, which could be very distinctive and differentiated on the platform. We have solely began rolling it out inside the lululemon community. We have now 18 shops immediately that we’re studying and is changing into a terrific beacon and model constructing alternative and rolling it into different lululemon channels with plans subsequent yr of going to lots of of shops, persevering with to construct upon the platform and there are some huge weeks forward.So I like our place, I like the place we’re within the quarter and there may be very strong momentum behind it. And we wager with the crew on stock numbers that permit us to have models, so we’re in a superb inventory place with two-week SLAs.

So I am inspired and there are some huge weeks forward with some uncertainty. However all indication could be very constructive with visitor response and the momentum that is fueling and constructing behind MIRROR.

Matt McClintockRaymond James — Analyst

Thanks for that rather a lot. I really stay up for utilizing — carrying my lululemon sneakers that Erinn Murphy talked about with my MIRROR. Thanks.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Nice.

Operator

The following query comes from Paul Lejuez with Citi. Please go forward.

Paul LejuezCiti — Analyst

Thanks. Thanks, guys. Curious you talked about shops working at round down 18%. I simply needed to verify I perceive if that quantity is being damage extra by weaker visitors or not with the ability to deal with the visitors that it’s exhibiting up simply given the smaller retailer measurement.

And I feel possibly associated to that you’ve these pop-up shops. I simply need to make certain I perceive the accounting of these gross sales. Are these — is that sort of included in comps? If they’re close to to an current retailer and simply how does that tie in to the unfold that we see between comps and complete gross sales as we glance to 4Q? Thanks.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Thanks, Paul. So for example by way of retailer visitors and there are decrease trade traits, and I feel typically talking extra visitors is shifting to e-comm. I feel that stated, we do have capability constraints and that is impacting additionally our capacity to place visitors to our shops. As you talked about, we’re opening roughly 100 seasonal areas that may have an operation via This autumn.

These don’t present up in our comp gross sales. They are going to present up on our different channel. And as you talked about, a few of these are inside markets and facilities the place we have now current areas in order that we are able to capitalize on that visitors circulation via This autumn.

Operator

The following query comes from Paul Trussell with Deutsche Financial institution. Please go forward.

Paul TrussellDeutsche Financial institution — Analyst

Good afternoon and my congratulations as effectively on the quarter and the brand new roles by Celeste, Meghan, Stacia and Kourtney. My query is on e-commerce. Now, you proceed to expertise clearly actually robust progress in that channel with over 40% of gross sales this era. Why that possible modifications when the setting normalizes?Simply how has your view on investing in and rolling out shops modified if in any respect? And are there areas of capabilities on-line the place you want to make investments additional? And simply lastly on that, how does a better e-commerce combine sort of impression the P&L over the long run?

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Nice. Thanks, Paul. I am going to speak to the — our present strategic considering via the steadiness of the channels after which hand it off to Meghan to speak about combine. We’re clearly extremely excited in regards to the omni visitor that has joined lululemon this yr.

Equally, the shops will stay an important technique and presence inside how we service our visitors, how we recruit and purchase new visitors. There was no dramatic change to our ahead view of that. We at all times open a conservative variety of new shops on an annual foundation. They’re small, extremely productive and have the position of extra than simply transacting.

They’re constructing in the neighborhood, connecting to our visitors and our ambassador group and actually being a advertising and marketing driver whereas on the identical level servicing and promoting at excessive productiveness. We’re early within the measurement of our retailer community. So we will proceed to be opportunistic. I feel there’s going to be thrilling alternatives for us subsequent yr with the state of retail and our steadiness of cities, our steadiness of mall to non-mall is wholesome and our fleet stays wholesome and we are going to proceed to take that conservative opportunistic view.

After which with digital we did lots of innovation this yr that the crew will simply construct upon. You possibly can go to the location immediately, you may work together with considered one of our unimaginable retailer educators reside on demand via video, you may schedule a concierge [Phonetic] to not point out the standard omni connectivity of shopping for on-line, selecting up in retailer. So we will proceed to spend money on that digital connection of the ecosystem each on how the visitors transact but in addition deliver to our digital the human connection that is so distinctive inside our retailer setting. So we’re enthusiastic about our innovation and proceed to gasoline the success in each channels, each of which play a key vital position in our omni technique.And Meghan if you wish to add out about combine.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Yeah. So by way of e-comm penetration impacts on working margin, we do, as you famous, see a better working margin in that channel. Nonetheless shops, which has traditionally been roughly 70% of our combine have seen declining visitors and income. In order that’s contributed to some deleverage and impacted the general profitability within the close to time period.

As we glance into the long run we do purpose to handle the enterprise on omni foundation and stay dedicated to our Energy of Three progress plan which incorporates working margin barely above income progress over the long run. And as we talked about, we have been planning into a number of eventualities and that channel penetration dynamic is a crucial piece of that.

Paul TrussellDeutsche Financial institution — Analyst

Thanks for that shade. You talked about the loyalty program earlier. Are you able to simply present any further particulars when spend per shopper enrolled in this system versus others? Any additional shade on the rollout plans to further cities and simply any tweaks or modifications you’ve got made to this system of late?

Celeste BurgoynePresident, Americas and Americas and International Visitor Innovation

Yeah. Thanks, Matt. It is Celeste. I am going to take that query.

So clearly, as I discussed, we’re working at the moment in 4 cities throughout North America with our membership program and we’re actually happy with not solely the variety of visitors, but in addition the engagement of visitors. So we aren’t going to speak about any specifics on spend or any of that stuff, however actually blissful general with their engagement. We did have a very nice occasion in October. We had Gabby Bernstein, considered one of our world ambassadors who led a hour lengthy wellness and psychological wellbeing session.

We had over 500 members from throughout these 4 cities be part of. So simply an instance of how we’re actually leveraging this program and our visitors are actually having fun with taking part and connecting with us throughout our total ecosystem and actually via the whole sweat life. We’re actually utilizing these markets in these cities to proceed to check and iterate. Clearly a pivot to digital throughout this present setting has been an enormous space of pivot.

However one of many issues that we’re actually enthusiastic about can be the chance that MIRROR can deliver to our membership program. So we’ll have extra to share on that sooner or later, however undoubtedly the groups are arduous at work, guaranteeing that we actually create and proceed to iterate this program.

Paul TrussellDeutsche Financial institution — Analyst

Thanks. Better of luck.

Celeste BurgoynePresident, Americas and Americas and International Visitor Innovation

Thanks.

Operator

The following query comes from Matthew Boss with J. P. Morgan. Please go forward.

Matthew BossJ.P. Morgan — Analyst

Nice. Thanks. And congrats on one other good quarter.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Thanks.

Matthew BossJ.P. Morgan — Analyst

So Calvin, might you elaborate on comp traits that you have seen for the reason that shut of the third quarter. Black Friday, I feel you stated file week. Sounds nice. Have you ever seen general comps speed up relative to high-teens efficiency within the third quarter? And has retailer efficiency thus far exceeded the embedded 70% full quarter forecast?

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Hello, Matt. It is Meghan. I am going to take that. So we have been happy with the efficiency we noticed throughout Thanksgiving weekend.

We did deliberately pull ahead some seasonal exercise simply given the capability constraints as we transfer additional into the quarter. And we stay comfy with the extent of steering we gave for This autumn. That stated, there are — there may be some uncertainty forward of us each with the virus and impression on retailer closures in addition to retailer traits and visitor habits. In order that’s why our outlook for the steadiness of the quarter is somewhat decrease than what we have seen thus far.

Matthew BossJ.P. Morgan — Analyst

OK. Nice. After which simply possibly for SG&A, on the accelerated e-commerce investments that I consider are tied to the upper digital penetration that you just’re seeing, is that this spending or is that this principally incremental {dollars} relative to the five-year plan laid out at your Analyst Day, or ought to we take into consideration this as extra of a pull-forward of a number of the multi-year bills and investments that have been already pre-planned inside that five-year plan?

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

I’d give it some thought as extra of a pull-forward. And as I discussed, we’ll look to — we glance to handle the enterprise from an omni perspective and as e-comm has accelerated we have additionally considerably pulled again on retailer openings. And so we’ll look to steadiness our portfolio over the long run as effectively.

Matthew BossJ.P. Morgan — Analyst

OK. That is nice shade. Better of luck.

Operator

The following query comes from Michael Binetti with Credit score Suisse. Please go forward.

Michael BinettiCredit score Suisse — Analyst

Hey, guys. Let me add my congrats on a pleasant quarter. Possibly I am going to simply dovetail off Matt’s query. Might you speak about how the SG&A within the fourth quarter, possibly with the e book ends with a special vary with the eventualities you deliberate or what have been a number of the — what have been a number of the huge swing components between the excessive finish and the low finish of eventualities you are fascinated with within the quarter? After which I assume looking to subsequent yr, Calvin, how would you stratify — I assume what you’ve got realized this yr and the way your clients modified, how would you stratify what you assume are the incremental progress drivers promoting into? And I assume referencing Matt’s query, as you consider investing coming off of this provided that the expansion subsequent yr pivots again to shops that is the place you’ve gotten nearly all of your fastened price and leverage, is there a situation the place the SG&A might develop quicker than revenues subsequent yr to get again on monitor to that five-year plan?

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

So I am going to take the primary a part of your query. So by way of SG&A we’re not offering particular steering for This autumn. However as I discussed, we do count on This autumn to deleverage barely greater than what we skilled in Q3 and we do plan to — we do plan the enterprise prudently and handle cheaply as we transfer via the fourth quarter. That actually is pushed by two items that deleverage.

So the primary can be on account of retailer — the strain on retailer visitors remaining under final yr’s ranges and the impression that has on the P&L and the second piece can be our funding in MIRROR. In order we talked about, we see MIRROR as being modestly dilutive to earnings in 2020. The vast majority of that dilution will impression Q3 and This autumn given the seasonality of the enterprise and the funding that we have been discussing by way of advertising and marketing to seize new visitors with the profit actually coming over the long run in that enterprise.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

And I am going to simply add by way of the a number of eventualities we have checked out there are a variety of progress drivers that we anticipate will proceed and speed up from ’20 into ’21. As I discussed, we’re excited in regards to the progress in girls’s. The expansion coming from not only a robust bottoms enterprise however an acceleration within the further adjoining classes. And people classes are ones through which the crew has been engaged on newness and innovation for the previous few years in bras, in tops, for instance in OTM.Subsequent yr the innovation and the addition into these classes continues as we additionally proceed to launch newness into our bottoms enterprise.

So I see a continued progress within the girls’s enterprise. Males’s is exhibiting the tempo through which it is reaccelerating and I anticipate subsequent yr that it will likely be again at its momentum coming into ’20 as we resume to a point of normalcy. The worldwide enterprise extremely robust. We have realized a lot this yr in regards to the energy of e-commerce and I feel that may proceed to permit us to drive our omni initiatives throughout many markets into subsequent yr.And I am going to simply ultimate finish with visitor.

We have now acquired quite a few thrilling visitors via COVID this yr, one which got here to us via e-commerce and have not shopped our bodily retailer due to a wide range of constraints within the capacity emigrate them into the shop and the way they’re changing into omni visitors. After which the rise in our omni visitor portfolio inside our current as store-only visitors turned omni and shopped with us on-line and the way we leveraged these alternatives and proceed to drive the share of spend with us going into subsequent yr. So a number of eventualities, however all very constructive on the again of product and the innovation that we’re launching heading into subsequent yr.

Michael BinettiCredit score Suisse — Analyst

Thanks for all of the element, guys.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Thanks.

Howard TubinVice President, Investor Relations

Operator, we’ll take yet another query.

Operator

Actually. The following query comes from Adrienne Yih with Barclays. Please go forward.

Adrienne YihBarclays — Analyst

Nice. Thanks very a lot and congratulations on the efficiency and everyone on their promotions well-earned.Calvin, I assume my first query for you is historically showrooms and model power itself has been the driving power of promoting. Questioning as you turn out to be a worldwide model with the massive little footprint, what’s your philosophy on investing extra in demand creation? After which Meghan for you, what have you ever realized about attachment charge of product purchases together with MIRROR gross sales and what portion of the MIRROR buyer file overlaps with that lulu? Thanks very a lot.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Thanks Adrienne. I consider we have now an thrilling alternative with our model to drive consciousness to, due to this fact, drive consideration and assist gasoline visitor acquisition and add to the expansion potential that lululemon has. We speak rather a lot in regards to the unaided consciousness inside males’s and the chance to recruit extra males to drive the attention behind the model and recruit. However that additionally exists for girls and it exists even in our extra mature markets just like the US and Canada to not point out worldwide.

In order you realize Nikki Neuburger joined us within the new position of chief model officer earlier this yr. And she or he has already made an impression in assembling the expertise to that crew and I am excited how we’re positioned heading into subsequent yr to drive into a few of these initiatives and alternatives. We see an enormous alternative round earned media and doing extra with that in addition to simply the present initiatives we deploy to drive consciousness and recruit. So you will undoubtedly see in ’21 an elevated effort and techniques of how we go inside North America, but in addition internationally to sort out a number of the alternatives we have now with the model and driving consciousness and consideration.

Adrienne YihBarclays — Analyst

Very useful.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

And by way of MIRROR and overlap with lululemon, I might say we’re nonetheless very early in our integration with 18 shops open and studying rather a lot there. However what we did see in diligence was roughly a 50% overlap. So we do consider that the manufacturers are very appropriate, and we’re enthusiastic about what we are able to create sooner or later.

Adrienne YihBarclays — Analyst

Nice. Thanks very a lot and blissful holidays.

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Thanks.

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Thanks.

Operator

[Operator signoff]

Period: 62 minutes

Name contributors:

Howard TubinVice President, Investor Relations

Calvin McDonaldChief Government Officer

Celeste BurgoynePresident, Americas and Americas and International Visitor Innovation

Meghan FrankChief Monetary Officer

Mark AltschwagerBaird — Analyst

Erinn MurphyPiper Sandler — Analyst

Lorraine HutchinsonFinancial institution of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Matt McClintockRaymond James — Analyst

Paul LejuezCiti — Analyst

Paul TrussellDeutsche Financial institution — Analyst

Matthew BossJ.P. Morgan — Analyst

Michael BinettiCredit score Suisse — Analyst

Adrienne YihBarclays — Analyst

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